Definition of Tortricidae

1. Noun. Leaf rollers and codling moths.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tortricidae

Torreon
Torres Strait
Torres Strait Creole
Torrey's pine
Torrey pine
Torrey tree
Torreya
Torreya californica
Torreya taxifolia
Torricelli
Torricellian
Torricellian barometer
Torrid Zone
Torschlusspanik
Torsten Sjogren's syndrome
Tortricidae
Torulopsis
Torwali
Torx head
Tory
Torygraph
Toryism
Toryisms
Toscana
Toscanini
Tosk
Tosk dialect
Totenkopf
Totten trust
Tottenham

Literary usage of Tortricidae

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1. A Manual of Forestry by William Schlich (1907)
"... by trenching the ground a foot deep below the trees, and stamping it firm. FAMILY VI.—tortricidae (LEAF-ROLLER MOTHS). ..."

2. The Cambridge Natural History by Arthur Everett Shipley, Sidney Frederic Harmer (1899)
"tortricidae.—Moths of small size, with a rather ample wing area, with the wing-fringes never as long as the wings are wide (long across), the hind wings ..."

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